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File:PIA08333 Saturn storm.jpg


A hurricane-like storm on the planet Saturn showing a well defined eye. The images were taken at multiple wavelengths using the Imaging Science Subsystem and Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer of the Cassini spacecraft.

The images' wavelengths are as follows, from left to right: top row, 460nm, 752nm, 728nm; bottom row, 890nm, 2,800nm, 5,000nm

The images were taken on October 11, 2006 and have a resolution of 11km/pixel for the Imaging Science Subsystem and 174km/pixel for the Infrared Mapping Spectrometer.


Image Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute/University of Arizona


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